(NaturalNews) Is spirulina the best protein on Earth? Honestly, if a health 'expert' tells you that one protein source is better for you than another - be careful. In reality, we all absorb nutrients in a variety of ways due to personal health history, age, food combining, heavy metal toxicity, genetics - the list goes on and on.
Are you protein deficient? On the next NaturalNews Talk Hour, Jonathan Landsman and Dr. Gerald Cyweski, a top expert on large-scale microalgae production talk about one of the most popular superfoods on the planet - spirulina. We'll discuss the safety concerns surrounding spriulina - especially since the Fukushima nuclear accident; why all brands are not created equal plus much more.
First of all, as a long-time vegetarian, I must admit it's easy to become protein (or nutrient) deficient on any diet, including the widely-celebrated vegan way of life. Too many vegetarians opt for 'fake meat' products - loaded with genetically engineered or heavily processed soy ingredients. These synthetic proteins create hormonal imbalances, thyroid disorders plus a host of immune system problems.
Generally speaking, chronic fatigue, emotional stress or any other chronic health condition can be linked to a poor diet. When considering which protein is best for you - always consider the quality first. If you prefer an animal-based protein diet - be sure to eat 100% grass-fed beef or raw (grass-fed) dairy products to avoid the genetically engineered toxins fed to conventionally-raised animals.
Keep in mind, conventionally-raised animal food producers don't want you to know how their animals are fed. In truth, most of these animals are eating GMOs, getting pumped with antibiotics and fed the lowest-cost (unnatural) animal feed.
Conversely, many vegetarians eat too many processed carbohydrates, synthetic vitamins and minerals and foreign proteins - which leave the body nutrient deprived. Low-quality protein intake can lead to cellular stress; low sex drive; poor brain function, eye health and cardiovascular disease.
If you're looking for a good source of protein - just 3 grams of high-quality spirulina provides 60% protein, lots of vitamins and minerals plus many phytonutrients for optimal health. On the next NaturalNews Talk Hour, we'll talk about the best source of spirulina on the market today.
Spirulina, known as a cyanobacteria or blue-green algae, are found in pristine freshwater lakes, ponds, and rivers. This truly 'super' food offers health benefits to almost every organ and bodily function. If you're looking for cellular regeneration, accelerated wound repair or faster healing time - spirulina can help. By enriching the immune system, you're less likely to experience colds, flus or other infectious diseases.
In this computer age, many people are looking to improve their eye health. Rich in antioxidants, spirulina is 10 times richer than carrots (per gram) in vitamin A - especially good for nourishing the eyes. Today, we view inflammation as an underlying stress in every disease - spirulina happens to be one of the most potent anti-inflammatory agents found in nature. And, finally, a strong digestive system will help to detoxify the body. Find out how spirulina helps to heal leaky gut syndrome and autoimmune diseases.
This week's guest: Dr. Gerald Cyweski, the world's leading authority on microalgae production
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Dr. Gerald Cysewski received his doctorate in Chemical Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley. As co-founder of Nutrex-Hawaii, Dr. Cysewski has served as a director of the company since 1983 and, until 1996, also served as the Scientific Director. From early 1990 to May 2008, Dr. Cysewski served as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company and - in October 1990 - was appointed to the position of Chairman of the Board.
In the early 1980s, Dr. Cysewski was a group leader of Microalgae Research and Development at Battelle Northwest, a major contract research and development firm and, before that, was an assistant professor in the Department of Chemical and Nuclear Engineering at the University of California, Santa Barbara - where he received a two-year grant from the National Science Foundation to develop a culture system for blue-green algae.
Don't waste your health on cheap protein. The established medical and media outlets want to brainwash people into believing that health insurance will prevent disease. In reality, high-quality (organic) food is the best way to prevent disease and protect the environment. On the next NaturalNews Talk Hour, Jonathan Landsman and Dr. Cysewski talk about one of the best sources of protein that money can buy.